AFTER the second-day washout of round 13 of the South Coast Cricket Association first grade competition, four teams still have a shot at the last two semi-final spots behind Lake Illawarra and Oak Flats.
Fifteen points separate third-placed Shellharbour and sixth-placed Albion Park and with the Lakers (183) and Oak Flats (156) clashing, it will be up to the others to decide their own fate.
Shellharbour (118) play The Rail and if on form should win convincingly, but be assured the Razorbacks, will be up for the battle.
Scorpions skipper Ben Mitchell has been a revelation this season with 497 runs and 33 wickets. He will be looking to take this form into the semis, while Brynley Richards returns from suspension.
On paper, Gerringong/Jamberoo (113) should be in for a comfortable win over last-placed Kiama, but the Cavs will be out to escape the dreaded wooden spoon.
Both team's bowlers have proved they are capable, but both sides have also exhibited frailty in batting and this could be where the game will be decided.
Premiers Warilla Sports (107) will be hoping to down Albion Park (103) and other results go their way to sneak into the top four.
A few rounds ago Albion Park looked set to make the semis, but their batting has lost focus while the Kookaburras have also struggled for runs, so this one is a toss-up.